Huntington Beach police took a motorcyclist into custody and briefly pursued another individual in a high-speed chase after they observed a group of bikers engaging in multiple vehicle violations in the downtown area, it was reported Sunday.
At about 9:30 p.m., department officials said officers noticed as many as 15 motorcyclists breaking various vehicle laws in a heavily-pedestrian area on Pacific Coast Highway in downtown Huntington Beach when they attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the group.
According to police, the motorcyclists failed to yield to their commands and dispersed in multiple directions. One suspect was apprehended and brought into custody.
A second suspect was pursued on a high-speed chase that started on the San Diego (405) Freeway in Orange County and wound up going through the Glenn Anderson (105) Freeway in Los Angeles. At one point, police observed the motorcyclist hitting speeds of up to 100 mph.
After engaging in a short chase, Huntington Beach Police contacted LAX police and gave way to the California Highway Patrol.
The CHP lost visibility of the individual and whereabouts of the suspect, authorities said.
No injuries were reported.